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  • ross1948 11:30 on October 28, 2022 Permalink | Reply
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    Brazil – BBC’s Bare-Faced Bias! 

    Polls suggest former leftist leader Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is ahead of his far-right rival – the current president Jair Bolsonaro


    WHY, we must ask again, is Lula, never reluctant to embrace Communist evil…

    Image result for lula brazil leninLuiz Inacio Lula da Silva

    Brazil? Beware Of Red Lula

    ..is merely ‘leftist,’ rather than FAR LEFT, while Bolsonaro, as always on UK Pravda, is branded not ‘rightist’ but ‘FAR RIGHT?’

    Easy question to answer…


  • ross1948 12:45 on October 3, 2022 Permalink | Reply
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    France24, ABC – As Bad As Each Other! 

    Bolsonaro is ‘far-right’ but Lula is not ‘far-left,’ merely ‘leftist!’

    So declared the shrill little news-chick on…

    This despIte the hard fact, undeniable in the face of photographic evidence.…

    Image result for lula brazil leninLuiz Inacio Lula da Silva, in the eager embrace of Communism

    . ..

    …that Lula saw no shame to work hand in glove with the totalitarian hypocrites of the Communist Party.



    Yes, we made that point last week…

    Brazil? Beware Of Red Lula! 

    Jair Bolsonaro


    …but with regard to the tax-funded left-bigot bias of France24, it’s only fair to say that ABC…



    …the Oz Bias Channel, is just as bad, with some haggard bint…


    …named Jade McMillan, today, at 8.10am, Jakarta time, displaying EXACTLY the same slanted sludge-think, Bolsonaro ‘far-right,’ with Red Lula not ‘far-left’ but merely ‘left.’

    The more these hacks repeat their carefully crafted imprecisions…



    …the more casual viewers, unalert to the ways of these channels…



    …whose snouts are deep in the tax-trough, will absorb the rotten media’s ideologically motivated determination to avoid fair and balanced election coverage.

    We wait to see if ABC produce an antipodean version of F24’s

    The Lula Generation!’

    …to which there was no balancing ‘Bolsonaro Generation‘ …

    ….and no point asking why.

    Fair and balanced?


  • ross1948 10:00 on October 1, 2022 Permalink | Reply
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    Brazil? Beware Of Red Lula! 

    Brazil’s election is now upon us, and I was reminded to comment by France 24’s pinko panellists, 9am, Jakarta time, likening President Bolsonaro to Donald Trump.


    Jair Bolsonaro


    If so, good reason to endorse the incumbent, but another reason is the notorious embrace of Communist fanatics by his opponent, Lula

    Image result for lula brazil leninLuiz Inacio Lula da Silva, in the eager embrace of Communism

    . ..

    .. which ought to be enough cause for patriotic Brazilians to stick with Bolsonaro.

  • ross1948 00:15 on March 15, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brazil presidential election, , F—k You Day,   

    SomosTodosBolsonaro! It’s F.U. DAY In Brazil! 

    We Are All Bolsonaro!’

    SomosTodosBolsonaro (We’re all Bolsonaro) rallies urge Bolsonaristas to pile pressure on lawmakers by attending what it calls…

    “F- – k You Day”.

    British readers may dislike the bluntness of the message disapprovingly reported by the far-left Guardian, but it surely reminds them of how most Brits felt…

    …about the collabo ‘law-makers’ ( aka Remainiac MPs) in the House of Commons who were finally forced to to face the electorate in December last year!

    If you speak Portuguese, here’s the video  to savour, but suffice to give one quote –

    “He is fighting the corrupt and murderous left for us. He endures smears and lies because he’s doing his best for us … Let’s show that we support BOLSONARO and reject the enemies of Brazil.”


    The pinko creeps in Brazil are all fretty because angry citizens are daring tell them to lay off the patriot president, who has been doing good work since he won the democratic election two years ago….

    …and some of the leftists even seem outraged that their own elected representatives are being ‘threatened.’

    But in the UK and USA we have seen infinitely worse dissing of democracy…




    ..mobs of millennial morons refusing to accept the result of the Brexit referendum and the 2016 presidential election, as well as left bigots overtly envisaging the assassination.

    Don’t Blame The Bard, Blame The Bad – Like Allyn Burrows!   

    Hasil gambar untuk trump caesar stabbed

    ‘About time for an assassination’: Trump death threats swamp Twitter 

    …with no proper action taken by law enforcement, not that I’ve heard of.

    Gargoyle Leftist Griffin – Too Grotesque Even For CNN – Blames Trump! 


    Which is uglier, the mock-up of a beheaded Trump, or the grim bint holding it?


  • ross1948 23:01 on October 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Brazil presidential election, , expats in Portugal, Public broadcasting bias PRI,   

    Anti-Bolsonaro Propaganda – U.S. Tax-Dollars – Pinko P.R.I 

    The disgracefully partisan character of ‘public broadcasting’ in European countries is mirrored in the USA, where the parasitic PRI has just produced a shamelessly leftist ‘news’ report on tomorrow’s Brazilian election.

    Image result for radio PRI

    PRI, like NPR etc, comes under the aegis of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which swills gallons from the tax-trough. PRI appears to think it can show any bias it wants, which might be acceptable if it showed left, right, left, right, alternately.

    It doesn’t!


    We have noted PRI’s behaviour before now, but this week it focuses on Brazilian expats in Portugal.

    There are a lot of them, at least 85,000, and if we take this story  –  https://www.pri.org/stories/2018-10-05/presidential-elections-looming-brazilian-migrants-portugal-ramp-political – at face value, they are to a man ( or, it turns out, to a shrill woman!) hostile to the ‘populist’ candidate Bolsonaro.


    Gambar terkait


    We have a woman named Carvalho, an ‘immigration lawyer.’ Her leftism is played down by PRI, which claims that her 29th September demo in Lisbon ‘drew hundreds of people from across the political spectrum,’

    What ‘spectrum’ might that be? Red to Pink?

    Then there’s another shrill lefty bint, Natalia Rocha Santos, almost predictably pursuing a master’s in sociology at the University of Coimbra, who makes no effort to hide her far-left fanaticism.

    His discourse is filled with hate,” she yelps about the front-runner. 

    “I find his positions really frightening.”

    Even a propaganda puff-piece like PRI’s can be useful, in this case revealing the fact that these snarkies are hardly part of the ‘poverty-stricken masses’ – and that goes for much of the other expats from Brazil – ‘many of the Brazilians now flocking to Portugal are not economic migrants seeking improved prospects in Europe but rather wealthy people…‘  who look for fancy real estate ‘in the tony seaside enclave of Cascais

    Curiously, PRI doesn’t tell us, or never cared to ask, how Samara Azevedo, a 31-year-old from Rio state, earns her living, but she seems to have plenty of free time

    Because she’s ‘among the core participants in the Coletivo Andorinha, or Swallow Collective, an umbrella group of mostly left-leaning Brazilian activists in Portugal.


    Exactly how many ‘right-leaning activists’ are involved?

    Zero, I’ll bet.

    And although there must be, out of the 85,000 plus Brazilians in Portugal, thousands of Bolsonaro supporters, PRI has shown no interest in giving equivalent uncritical attention to their views, activities, or even existence.


    Image result for bolsonaro lisboa

    And they DO exist!


    Please read the PRI b/s for yourselves, and simply ask yourself, or ask them.

    The excuse they’ll no doubt offer, that it is a report on expat opposition, not presented as impartial coverage, can immediately be exposed as threadbare by asking the obvious question.

    When will we see their report on all those PRO-Bolsonaro expats in Portugal?

    Image result for defund public broadcasting

    If the Republicans retain control of Congress next month, they should do what Trump gave them a chance to do not long ago.

    The GOP legislators bottled out gutlessly then.

    It should not happen again.


    • Mort 23:41 on October 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Your energetic pursuit of the enemy continually astonishes, Ross.
      Do you have any readers in Brazil?
      Or Croatia, Macedonia, Morocco, or Kenya?
      Those are only some of the countries you have written about that I am immediately able to think of right now, but there are many more besides.
      I see there is interest in this for us Americans, the on-going scandal of public broadcasting.
      Even so, I am curious.
      Outside of the English-speaking world, and Indonesia, where do your readers come from?


      • ross1948 23:45 on October 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        In response to your question, my friend, I took a look at the stats for the past month or two and there are only a small number of countries where I seem to have no readers at all.
        Must write something about Paraguay soon!


    • Keith Milner 09:24 on October 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      But Ross, havent you seen in the Guardian, Cher and Madonna are actively against Bolsonaro?
      He must be a bad choice!


    • Vinne F 10:25 on October 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      We do not need public broadcasting that takes the left side.
      We already have CNN, ABC, MSNBC and plenty more that do it without taking our tax dollars.
      Close PRI down or sell it to Soros.


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